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Volume 24  |  Friday, May 18, 2001  |  Number 8
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Calendar

Website for Fermilab Events:
http://www.fnal.gov/faw/events.htm

International Film Society Presents:

Being John Malkovich Friday, June 8, 8 p.m., Wilson Hall's Ramsey Auditorium. Tickets at the door: Adults - $4, Children (under 12) - $1, Fermilab students - $2. Dir: Spike Jonze, USA (1999), 112 minutes.

A puppeteer discovers a door in his office which turns out to be a portal into the mind of actor John Malkovich, only allowing access for 15 minute periods. Things become even more bizarre and humorous when the puppeteer tries to sell trips inside.

Fermilab Arts Series Presents:

Summer Season 2001

Max MorathóThe Ragtime Man Saturday, June 16 / $12 ($6 ages 18 and under)

All Fermilab Arts & Lecture Series events take place in Wilson Hall's Ramsey Auditorium. For tickets or further information, please call the box office at 630-840-ARTS weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Workshops in Balkan and Italian folk dance

Two workshops on dances of the Balkans and dances of Italy are coming up May 24 and June 7, hosted by the Fermilab international folk dancers and held at Kuhn Barn. The workshops will start at 7:30 p.m. with easy dances. Newcomers are invited and encouraged to participate. Requested donation, per workshop, is $5 for adults and $2 for students age 18 and under.

May 24: Dennis Boxell will present a variety of dances from Serbia, Macedonia, Greece, and Bulgaria.

June 7: Celest DiPietropaolo and Marie DiCocco present a sampling of dances from various geographic regions of Italy. Both professional musicians, they will accompany their teaching with live music.

For more information on the workshops or the dance groups, please call (630) 584-0825 or (630) 840-8194, or e-mail folkdance@fnal.gov.

May 22

The Friends of Fermilab Annual Meeting features a ìQuarkNet, Run IIî presentation by high school students from the IL Math and Science Academy and West Chicago High School. Members and potential members welcome! Wilson Hall, Curia II, 7:30pm. Please see: http://www-ed.fnal.gov/ed_ffla.html and http://quarknet.fnal.gov/

May 22

NALWO Spring Tea

Hosted by Beth Witherell at her home, Site 29, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Please bring a favorite dessert or appetizer from your traditional country, but if you cannot bring a treat, please come anyway! For additional information contact Rose Moore, 630-208-9309, cmoore@fnal.gov or housing office 630-840-3777, housing@fnal.gov.

ONGOING

NALWO Free English classes in the Users' Center for FNAL guests, visitors and their spouses. The schedule is: Monday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Separate classes for both beginners and advanced students.

DANCING

International folk dancing, Thursdays, 7:30-10 p.m., Village Barn, newcomers always welcome. Scottish country dancing, Tuesdays, 7:30 - 10 p.m., Village Barn, newcomers always welcome. For information on either dancing group, call Mady, (630) 584-0825 or Doug, x8194, or email folkdance@fnal.gov.

The Fermilab Barn Dance series, featuring traditional square and contra dances in the Fermilab Village barn, presents barn dances on Sunday, Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for age 12-18, and free for under 12 years old. Come with a partner or without; bring the family or not. For more information contact Dave Harding (x2971, harding@fnal.gov) or Lynn Garren (x2061, garren@fnal.gov) or check the webpages at http://www.fnal.gov/orgs/folkclub/ .

After June 15, the groups will relocate their meetings to Ramsey Auditorium in Wilson Hall.

Milestone

Judy Jackson, SDSS webmaster Craig Wiegert and DOE area manager Jane Monhart accept award HONORED

By the Department of Energy, the website of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Fermilabís Judy Jackson, University of Chicago graduate student Craig Wiegert, SDSS webmaster, and DOE Area Manager Jane Monhart accept the award.

Fermilab Arts Series

Summer Season 2001

Max Morath--The Ragtime Man / Saturday, June 16 / $12 ($6 ages 18 and under)

Max Morath presents a musical glance at an earlier America, blending humor, satire, and song with plenty of rocking ragtime piano solos along the way. Morath takes his audiences to the infant years of the 20th Century, when ragtime, Americas first Pop Music, bewitched the kids and scandalized their parents. Touring America as "The Ragtime Man", Morathís repertory ranges from piano rags to show tunes, vaudeville novelties to the blues, giving new life to the words, music, and spirit of such musical immortals as Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, May Irwin, George and Ira Gershwin, and Bert Williams.

All Fermilab Arts & Lecture Series events take place in Wilson Hallís Ramsey Auditorium. For tickets or further information, please call our box office at 630/840-ARTS weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.


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